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Your situation is unfortunate, but this will become very typical as you get further in school. I will do my best to explain this problem fully: To begin with, in this problem, two interference patterns are formed, each pattern unique to one of the wavelengths provided to you. It is important to understand here that the fringe patterns might overlap, but do ...


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I'm not very sure what the situation is with harder x-rays, but in the soft x-ray and extreme UV range doing this sort of thing is very hard, and as far as I'm aware there are no polarizing beam splitters in this range. In fact, starting with VUV at about 150nm, it is usually quite hard to get the light to do anything other than propagate in a straight(ish) ...



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